For the first time, the internships of young people in state institutions can be paid. A bill to this effect was registered in Parliament by the parliamentary group of the Party of Action and Solidary (PAS), IPN reports.
PAS MP Ana Kalinich told a news conference that the bill provides the people aged between 18 and 29 inclusive, who are chosen at a contest, will be able to do paid internships in such institutions as the Presidential Office, Parliament, the State Chancellery, ministries and the entities subordinated to these.
“Namely because we want high-quality and motivating internships for young people, we propose this bill that alters the image of internships to which we got used in the Republic of Moldova. For the first time in our country, the internships will be paid from the state budget. Together with the Government, we agreed the sum of 3,000 lei for 160 hours of monthly internship and remuneration will be proportional to the number of recorded hours,” said the MP.
Under the bill, an important aspect is the fact that the young people could be hired after the internship, without contest and without probation, but on particular conditions, such as higher education and successful completion of a full internship of 720 hours.
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